File-Sharing Makes Porn More Accessible to Kids

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Estimates suggest more than 40 percent of files traded online are pornographic video clips. The nature of the file-sharing networks makes filtering out porn impossible. Traders who attach kid-friendly keywords to porn files are making it more complicated for parents to protect children online. NPR's Neda Ulaby reports.



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